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I was trying to install wine on my desktop install of 18.04 bionic and the website was formatted in a way I couldn’t highlight the commands so I started typing them on my tiny keyboard, with no backlight, and as a goon, I typed a typo, with the website dl.winehq.prg vs. org. Well I exited the terminal (all terminals in fact) and put the web page into reader view and was able to copy the commands flawlessly, but when I try to run it again, typed correctly, it tries to access that website at .prg again, what do I do?

my error screen

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You should be able to remove the erroneous repository using apt-add-repository --remove

So

sudo apt-add-repository --remove https://dl.winehq.prg/wine-builds/ubuntu/
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